PhyInsightMD'sLog_WebThe difference in Interpretations:

The Thermographer provides imaging skill, the camera captures the images, the software provides data, but understanding how the images and data relate to the function of the human body provides the ultimate true value of thermography. This solution is realized by the patient and the doctor through image interpretation of Board Certified MD ‘ s

Northeast Thermography Medical Imaging Center provides this solution to our clients by providing  Physicians Insight MD’s Interpretation Service. Written reports are provided by licensed and board certified Medical Doctors who are trained to interpret thermal images through data analysis and medical experience.

Insight MD’s primary goal is to provide a meaningful report to the patient and the referring doctor to support ongoing health assessment and prevention as opposed to an assessment focusing on disease.

Thermography is not a stand-alone imaging device and does not replace any other device or test, including X-ray, ultrasound or MRI.

Thermography is not a stand-alone imaging device and does not replace any other device or test, including X-ray, ultrasound or MRI.

New Vision of Thermography

Thermography’s greatest contribution in understanding the processes of the human body is its inherent ability to detect subtle, vascular and physiological changes that if left unattended, may become, over time, a degenerative disruptive disease.

Prevention… the New Medicine

Over the past decade, Prevention has actually become a medical practice. Preventive medicine is now ready for the screening benefits of thermography, which is an adjunct to other clinical diagnostic procedures in the diagnosis, quantifying and screening of differences in skin surface temperature changes.

New Thermal Analysis

Thermography is a valuable screening tool.  Clients of Northeast Thermography Medical Imaging Center have access to Physicians Insight Medical Thermography Interpretation Service which offers a reporting approach that is realistic for thermography, easy for the patient and Doctors to understand and more aligned with the practice of Prevention. This approach includes:

  • Reporting by experienced, licensed health care providers
  • Reporting on any selected region of the body
  • Side to side and other appropriate temperature comparisons
  • Recognition of suspicious patterns of change
  • Attention to recognizable patterns of surface temperature changes as they relate to:
    • Cardio Vascular Health
    • Dental Health
    • Sinus and allergies
    • Thyroid health
    • Breast health
    • Visceral health
    • Muscular/skeletal stress or injury
  • Clinical possibilities for further clinical evaluation
  • Recommendations for follow-up based on the interpreter’s experience
  • Timely reporting
  • No reference to cancer risk